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1Soares-Silva, D. ; Salati Marcondes de Moraes, G.H. ; Cappellozza, A. ; Morini, C.: Explaining library user loyalty through perceived service quality : what is wrong?.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 71(2020) no.8, S.954-967.
Abstract: This study validates the adaptation of a loyalty scale for the library scenario and recovers the hierarchical nature of the perceived service quality (PSQ) by operationalizing it as a second-order level construct, composed by the determinants of service quality (DSQ) identified by Parasuraman, Zeithaml, and Berry in 1985. Our hypothesis was that DSQ are distinct and complementary dimensions, in opposition to the overlapping of DSQ proposed in the SERVQUAL and LibQUAL+® models. In addition, the influence of PSQ on user loyalty (UL) was investigated. Using structural equation modeling, we analyzed the survey data of 1,028 users of a network of academic libraries and report 2 main findings. First, it was shown that the 10 DSQ are statistically significant for the evaluation of PSQ. Second, we demonstrated the positive effect of PSQ for UL. The model presented may be used as a diagnostic and benchmarking tool for managers, coordinators, and librarians who seek to evaluate and/or assess the quality of the services offered by their libraries, as well as to identify and/or manage the loyalty level of their users.
2Cecchini, C. ; Zanchetta, C. ; Paolo Borin, P. ; Xausa, G.: Computational design e sistemi di classificazione per la verifica predittiva delle prestazioni di sistema degli organismi edilizi : Computational design and classification systems to support predictive checking of performance of building systems.
In: Techne. 13(2017), S.329-336.
Abstract: The aim of control the economic, social and environmental aspects connected to the construction of a building imposes a systematic approach for which t is necessary to make test models aimed to a coordinate analysis of different and independent performance issues. BIM technology, referring to interoperable informative models, offers a significant operative basis to achieve this necessity. In most of the cases, informative models concentrate on a product-based digital models collection built in a virtual space, more than on the simulation of their relational behaviors. This relation, instead, is the most important aspect of modelling because it marks and characterizes the interactions that can define the building as a system. This study presents the use of standard classification systems as tools for both the activation and validation of an integrated performance-based building process. By referring categories and types of the informative model to the codes of a technological and performance-based classification system, it is possible to link and coordinate functional units and their elements with the indications required by the AEC standards. In this way, progressing with an incremental logic, it is possible to achieve the management of the requirements of the whole building and the monitoring of the fulfilment of design objectives and specific normative guidelines.
Inhalt: Vgl. auch https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322888500_Computational_design_e_sistemi_di_classificazione_per_la_verifica_predittiva_delle_prestazioni_di_sistema_degli_organismi_edilizi/references. DOI: 10.13128/Techne-19759.
3Bianchini, C. ; Guerrini, M.: ¬The international diffusion of RDA : a wide overview on the new guidelines.
In: Jlis.it. 7(2016) no.2, S.1-5.
Abstract: This issue of Jlis.it is focused on RDA, Resource Description and Access. In light of increasing international acceptance of this new cataloging content standard, the editors of Jlis.it wish to capture the background of how RDA came to be and the implications of its implementation at this time. This special issue offers a wide overview on the new guidelines from their making to their spreading around the world.
Inhalt: Vgl. unter: http://leo.cineca.it/index.php/jlis/article/view/11844.
Anmerkung: Einführender Beitrag zu einem Themenheft zu RDA.
4Bianchini, C. ; Guerrini, M.: RDA: a content standard to ensure the quality of data : history of a relationship.
In: Jlis.it. 7(2016) no.2, S.83-98.
Abstract: RDA Resource Description and Access are guidelines for description and access to resources designed for digital environment and released, in its first version, in 2010. RDA is based on FRBR and its derived models, that focus on users' needs and on resources of any kind of content, medium and carrier. The paper discusses relevance of main features of RDA for the future role of libraries in the context of semantic web and metadata creation and exchange. The paper aims to highlight many consequences deriving from RDA being a content standard, and in particular the change from record management to data management, differences among the two functions realized by RDA (to identify and to relate entities) and functions realized by other standard such as MARC21 (to archive data) and ISB (to visualize data) and show how, as all these functions are necessary for the catalog, RDA needs to be integrated by other rules and standard and that these tools allow the fulfilment of the variation principle defined by S.R. Ranganathan.
Inhalt: Vgl. unter: http://leo.cineca.it/index.php/jlis/article/view/11709.
Anmerkung: Beitrag in einem Themenheft zu RDA.
5Bianchini, C. ; Guerrini, M.: ¬A turning point for catalogs : Ranganathan's possible point of view.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 53(2015) no.3/4, S.341-351.
Abstract: Since the end of the last century, catalogs have been changing more and more quickly. This change is following a recognizable course, beginning with the publication of Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records, passing through the reorganization of international cataloging principles, the revision of international standards of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (International Standard for Bibliographic Description), and the foundation of new cataloging codes, such as Resource Description and Access. While principles, models, and rules are well established, bibliographic formats seem to be a bottleneck and users seem far from libraries. This article aims to present an overview of current changes, potential convergences, developments, and weak points from Ranganathan's point of view.
Inhalt: Beitrag in einem Themenheft: Reshaping the Library Catalog: Selected Papers from the International Conference FSR2014 (Rome, February 27-28, 2014).
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Katalogfragen allgemein
6Hu, B. ; Dong, X. ; Zhang, C. ; Bowman, T.D. ; Ding, Y. ; Milojevic, S. ; Ni, C. ; Yan, E. ; Larivière, V.: ¬A lead-lag analysis of the topic evolution patterns for preprints and publications.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 66(2015) no.12, S.2643-2656.
Abstract: This study applied LDA (latent Dirichlet allocation) and regression analysis to conduct a lead-lag analysis to identify different topic evolution patterns between preprints and papers from arXiv and the Web of Science (WoS) in astrophysics over the last 20 years (1992-2011). Fifty topics in arXiv and WoS were generated using an LDA algorithm and then regression models were used to explain 4 types of topic growth patterns. Based on the slopes of the fitted equation curves, the paper redefines the topic trends and popularity. Results show that arXiv and WoS share similar topics in a given domain, but differ in evolution trends. Topics in WoS lose their popularity much earlier and their durations of popularity are shorter than those in arXiv. This work demonstrates that open access preprints have stronger growth tendency as compared to traditional printed publications.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23347/abstract.
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren
7Bianchini, C. ; Willer, M.: ISBD resource and Its description in the context of the Semantic Web.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 52(2014) no.8, S.869-887.
Abstract: This article explores the question "What is an International Standard for Bibliographic Description (ISBD) resource in the context of the Semantic Web, and what is the relationship of its description to the linked data?" This question is discussed against the background of the dichotomy between the description and access using the Semantic Web differentiation of the three logical layers: real-world objects, web of data, and special purpose (bibliographic) data. The representation of bibliographic data as linked data is discussed, distinguishing the description of a resource from the iconic/objective and the informational/subjective viewpoints. In the conclusion, the authors give views on possible directions of future development of the ISBD.
Anmerkung: Contribution in a special issue "ISBD: The Bibliographic Content Standard "
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Semantic Web
8Bianchini, C. ; Zappalà, P.: ISBD and mechanical musical devices : a case study of the Department of Musicology and Cultural Heritage, University of Pavia, Italy.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 52(2014) no.8, S.940-960.
Abstract: The collection of nearly 1,000 piano rolls housed within the Department of Musicology and Cultural Heritage, University of Pavia, Cremona, Italy, remains in need of preservation. A digitalization project requires cataloging based on international cataloging standards. A distinction among instruments and media must be introduced and specific features of mechanical musical devices are to be identified. Four main classes of media have been identified: disks, pinned barrels, books, and rolls. Lastly, morphological peculiarities of the media must be examined to establish their correct and complete description within the International Standard for Bibliographic Description (ISBD) areas.
Anmerkung: Contribution in a special issue "ISBD: The Bibliographic Content Standard "
9Ni, C. ; Sugimoto, C.R. ; Jiang, J.: Venue-author-coupling : a measure for identifying disciplines through author communities.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 64(2013) no.2, S.265-279.
Abstract: Conceptualizations of disciplinarity often focus on the social aspects of disciplines; that is, disciplines are defined by the set of individuals who participate in their activities and communications. However, operationalizations of disciplinarity often demarcate the boundaries of disciplines by standard classification schemes, which may be inflexible to changes in the participation profile of that discipline. To address this limitation, a metric called venue-author-coupling (VAC) is proposed and illustrated using journals from the Journal Citation Report's (JCR) library science and information science category. As JCRs are some of the most frequently used categories in bibliometric analyses, this allows for an examination of the extent to which the journals in JCR categories can be considered as proxies for disciplines. By extending the idea of bibliographic coupling, VAC identifies similarities among journals based on the similarities of their author profiles. The employment of this method using information science and library science journals provides evidence of four distinct subfields, that is, management information systems, specialized information and library science, library science-focused, and information science-focused research. The proposed VAC method provides a novel way to examine disciplinarity from the perspective of author communities.
10Ni, C. ; Shaw, D. ; Lind, S.M. ; Ding, Y.: Journal impact and proximity : an assessment using bibliographic features.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 64(2013) no.4, S.802-817.
Abstract: Journals in the Information Science & Library Science category of Journal Citation Reports (JCR) were compared using both bibliometric and bibliographic features. Data collected covered journal impact factor (JIF), number of issues per year, number of authors per article, longevity, editorial board membership, frequency of publication, number of databases indexing the journal, number of aggregators providing full-text access, country of publication, JCR categories, Dewey decimal classification, and journal statement of scope. Three features significantly correlated with JIF: number of editorial board members and number of JCR categories in which a journal is listed correlated positively; journal longevity correlated negatively with JIF. Coword analysis of journal descriptions provided a proximity clustering of journals, which differed considerably from the clusters based on editorial board membership. Finally, a multiple linear regression model was built to predict the JIF based on all the collected bibliographic features.
Wissenschaftsfach: Bibliothekswesen ; Informationswissenschaft
11Villani, C.: ¬Das lebendige Theorem.Aus dem Franz. von Jürgen Schröder.
Frankfurt am Main : S. Fischer, 2013. 297 S.
Abstract: Im Kopf eines Genies - der Bericht von einem mathematischen Abenteuer und der Roman eines sehr erfolgreichen Forschers. Cédric Villani gilt als Kandidat für die begehrte Fields-Medaille, eine Art Nobelpreis für Mathematiker. Sie wird aber nur alle vier Jahre vergeben, und man muss unter 40 sein. Er hat also nur eine Chance. Unmöglich! Unmöglich? Fieberhaft macht er sich an die Arbeit. Jetzt erzählt er seine Geschichte, und ihm gelingt das Unglaubliche: Wir werden direkte Zeugen der Denkprozesse eines Mathematikers, und das, ohne die dazugehörigen Formeln verstehen zu müssen. Ein Buch, so einzigartig wie sein Autor.
Anmerkung: Originaltitel: Théorème vivant
RSWK: Villani, Cédric / Fields-Medaille / Erlebnisbericht
BK: 17.97 (Texte eines einzelnen Autors) ; 18.23 (Französische Literatur) ; 31.10 (Mathematische Logik / Mengenlehre) ; 31.45 (Partielle Differentialgleichungen) ; 31.01 (Geschichte der Mathematik)
DDC: 510 / DDC22ger
GHBS: TBV (HA) ; TASV (E)
RVK: SG 352 ; SN 100
12Bianchini, C.: Colon Classification and Nuovo Soggettario : the case of the Library of the Natural History Museum of Udine, Italy.
In: Knowledge organization. 39(2012) no.1, S.23-28.
Abstract: The paper presents the results of five years of application of Colon Classification (CC), 6. ed., in the Library of the Natural History Museum of Udine, Italy. Research confirms that CC still presents those positive characteristics that gave fame to it. The paper compares CC and the Dewey Decimal Classification by means of a special indicator (resolution power), and it shows how the use of CC could greatly help Italian cataloguers using Nuovo Soggettario, the new thesaurus developed and used at the Biblioteca Centrale Nazionale di Firenze, where Bibliografia Nazionale Italiana is also produced. Use of CC6 during these five years demonstrated that a faceted classification offers great advantages in organizing documents in a modern library, even if CC is surely in need of updating and revision.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://www.ergon-verlag.de/isko_ko/downloads/ko_39_2012_1_c.pdf.
Objekt: CC-6 ; Nuovo Soggettario
13Grassi, M. ; Morbidoni, C. ; Nucci, M. ; Fonda, S. ; Ledda, G.: Pundit: semantically structured annotations for Web contents and digital libraries.
In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Digital Archives held in conjunction with the 16th Int. Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL) on September 27, 2012 in Paphos, Cyprus [http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-912/proceedings.pdf]. Eds.: A. Mitschik et al.
Abstract: This paper introduces Pundit: a novel semantic annotation tool that allows users to create structured data while annotating Web pages relying on stand-off mark-up techniques. Pundit provides support for different types of annotations, ranging from simple comments to semantic links to Web of data entities and fine granular cross-references and citations. In addition, it can be configured to include custom controlled vocabularies and has been designed to enable groups of users to share their annotations and collaboratively create structured knowledge. Pundit allows creating semantically typed relations among heterogeneous resources, both having different multimedia formats and belonging to different pages and domains. In this way, annotations can reinforce existing data connections or create new ones and augment original information generating new semantically structured aggregations of knowledge. These can later be exploited both by other users to better navigate DL and Web content, and by applications to improve data management.
Inhalt: This work is partially based on the Bachelor thesis of Maike Sommer. Vgl. auch: http://sda2012.dke-research.de.
14Bianchini, C.: Arrangement of FRBR entities in Colon Classification call numbers.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 50(2012) no.5/7, S.473-493.
Abstract: This paper analyzes similarities and differences between FRBR entities and their representation in the Colon classification call numbers. Dealing with lack of organization in library shelves and in the lists of bibliographic records resulting from users' searches in our present online catalogues, the paper discusses the chance to organize bibliographic resources by FRBR entities using the model of the facet formula provided for call numbers in Colon Classification and by means of relevant, ready and useable extant data. Main results of this analysis are: correspondences between FRBR entities and categories expressed in Ranganathan's bibliographic system can be found; a sound but not completely FRBRized bibliographic arrangement can be reached by call numbers also in catalogues not structurally capable to satisfy FRBR model; in Ranganathan's classified catalogue semantic and semiotic cataloguing are perfectly integrated, giving access to bibliographic universe as a whole; facet formula for call numbers could be used as identifying device.
Inhalt: Contribution to a special issue "The FRBR family of conceptual models: toward a linked future"
Objekt: FRBR ; CC
15He, B. ; Ding, Y. ; Ni, C.: Mining enriched contextual information of scientific collaboration : a meso perspective.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 62(2011) no.5, S.831-845.
Abstract: Studying scientific collaboration using coauthorship networks has attracted much attention in recent years. How and in what context two authors collaborate remain among the major questions. Previous studies, however, have focused on either exploring the global topology of coauthorship networks (macro perspective) or ranking the impact of individual authors (micro perspective). Neither of them has provided information on the context of the collaboration between two specific authors, which may potentially imply rich socioeconomic, disciplinary, and institutional information on collaboration. Different from the macro perspective and micro perspective, this article proposes a novel method (meso perspective) to analyze scientific collaboration, in which a contextual subgraph is extracted as the unit of analysis. A contextual subgraph is defined as a small subgraph of a large-scale coauthorship network that captures relationship and context between two coauthors. This method is applied to the field of library and information science. Topological properties of all the subgraphs in four time spans are investigated, including size, average degree, clustering coefficient, and network centralization. Results show that contextual subgprahs capture useful contextual information on two authors' collaboration.
16Sugimoto, C.R. ; Ni, C. ; Russell, T.G. ; Bychowski, B.: Academic genealogy as an indicator of interdisciplinarity : an examination of dissertation networks in Library and Information Science.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 62(2011) no.9, S.1808-1828.
Abstract: Interdisciplinarity has been studied using cognitive connections among individuals in corresponding domains, but rarely from the perspective of academic genealogy. This article utilizes academic genealogy network data from 3,038 PhD dissertations in Library and Information Science (LIS) over a span of 80 years (1930-2009) to describe interdisciplinary changes in the discipline. Aspects of academic pedigree of advisors and committee members are analyzed, such as country, school, and discipline of highest degree, to reveal the interdisciplinary features of LIS. The results demonstrate a strong history of mentors from fields such as education and psychology, a decreasing trend of mentors with LIS degrees, and an increasing trend in mentors receiving degrees in computer science, business, and communication, among other disciplines. This work proposes and explores the use of academic genealogy as an indicator of interdisciplinarity and calls for additional research on the role of doctoral committee composition in a student's subsequent academic career.
Wissenschaftsfach: Bibliothekswesen ; Informationswissenschaft
17Doerr, M. ; Gradmann, S. ; Hennicke, S. ; Isaac, A. ; Meghini, C. ; Van de Sompel, H.: ¬The Europeana Data Model (EDM).
Abstract: The Europeana Data Model (EDM) is a new approach towards structuring and representing data delivered to Europeana by the various contributing cultural heritage institutions. The model aims at greater expressivity and flexibility in comparison to the current Europeana Semantic Elements (ESE), which it is destined to replace. The design principles underlying the EDM are based on the core principles and best practices of the Semantic Web and Linked Data efforts to which Europeana wants to contribute. The model itself builds upon established standards like RDF(S), OAI-ORE, SKOS, and Dublin Core. It acts as a common top-level ontology which retains original data models and information perspectives while at the same time enabling interoperability. The paper elaborates on the aforementioned aspects and the design principles which drove the development of the EDM.
Inhalt: Vortrag im Rahmen der Session 93. Cataloguing der WORLD LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CONGRESS: 76TH IFLA GENERAL CONFERENCE AND ASSEMBLY, 10-15 August 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden - 149. Information Technology, Cataloguing, Classification and Indexing with Knowledge Management
Themenfeld: Information Gateway ; Datenformate
Objekt: Europeana ; EDM
18Bianchini, C. ; Guerrini, M.: From bibliographic models to cataloguing rules : remarks on FRBR, ICP, ISBD, and RDA and the relationships between them.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 47(2009) no.2, S.xx-xx.
Abstract: This article discusses the changes that are occurring in the world of cataloguing. It argues that these changes need to be coordinated. It also discusses the feature of current OPACs, FRBR, the Paris Principles and its proposed replacement (ICP), AACR2 and its proposed replacement (RDA), ISBD, and the relationships between and among these standards. It argues that the syntax of ISBD is an essential component of RDA and all future international and national cataloguing codes.
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Geschichte der Kataloge ; Katalogfragen allgemein
Objekt: FRBR ; ICP ; ISBD ; RDA
19Bianchini, C. ; Guerrini, M.: International cataloguing tradition and Italian rules : common ground and specific features.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 44(2007) nos.1/2, S.131-150.
Abstract: Many current cataloguing codes have their roots in a common tradition started by the 1961 Paris International Conference on Cataloguing Principles-ICCP. Since 1961, the construction of new national codes had been based on the sharing of cataloguing principles, on agreements for international cooperation, and on a common tradition. The new technological and international environment suggests, more and more, a redesign of those principles to include more suitable features and to assert firmly that the highest principle is the convenience of the users of the catalogue. Within this framework, the authors analyze the Italian cataloguing tradition and its relationships with the international tradition and recount the main activities towards a revision of the present Italian code-Regole italiane di catalogazione per autori RICA. The paper shows that, since the first Italian rules written by Fumagalli, special attention has been paid to the international tradition (in particular toward Panizzi's rules). After describing the relationships among the international trends and the Italian codes of 1922, 1956 and 1979, the paper deals with the recent works of the new Commission that, since 1997, has started to revise RICA. The paper concludes by reflecting on the Italian position in the debate first on the ISBD and then on the new entity-relationship models.
Inhalt: Vgl. auch: http://catalogingandclassificationquarterly.com/
Anmerkung: Simultaneously published as Cataloger, Editor, and Scholar: Essays in Honor of Ruth C. Carter
20Leoncini, C. ; Servello, R.M.: ¬The activities for authority control in EDIT16: authors, publishers/printers, devices, and places.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 39(2004) nos.1/2, S.xx-xx.
Abstract: This paper presents experiences with authority control within the project Census of Italian 16th Century Editions (Edit16) carried on by ICCU (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico) with the cooperation of 1200 library institutions all over Italy. The data elements and structures of the various files in the Edit16 system are described.
Anmerkung: Beitrag in einem Themenheft "Authority control: definition and international experience. Part II: Authority control for subjects"